China detains interpol chief meng hongwei in charge of corruption

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China has taken custody of Meng Hongwei, who is the Interpol chief. He was missing since September 29th. The Chinese Ministry of Public Security has accused him of taking bribe. China's Anti-Corruption Unit said in a statement on the website, "Public Security Ministry Vice-Minister Meng Hongwei is currently under investigation by the National Supervisory Commission for suspected violations of law."

On Monday, China's Public Security Ministry said "Meng Hongwei, who had resigned on Sunday, had taken a bribe and he has been suspended for violating the law."

Meng Hongwei had sent his resignation to the Interpol headquarters located in Leon city of France even before Chinese agencies went into custody. Interpol said in a tweet on October 7 that the Interpol Secretariat has accepted his resignation with immediate effect.

China's official news agency Xinhua said in an official statement that China's National Supervision Commission is investigating against the 64-year-old Meng on suspicion of violation of the law.

Connection with Knife picture

Meng's wife had said in Leon City that she was constantly getting threats on social media, she told the police that the last contact with her husband was through a WhatsApp message, this message had a picture of a knife and it was written "wait for my call."

Interpol is a treatise of police agencies in many countries of the world. Which helps in establishing law and order in the world. Meng Hongwei was elected in Interpol Chief election two years ago. His wife had lodged a complaint to Meng Hongvei's disappearance in France Police. In connection with the investigation, the French police sought information from China, after which Chinese agencies gave information to the world about this move.

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